What's the point of canned bread

Minimum shelf life that can be ignored

  • Now everything is clear, thank you: smile:

  • Nouvel Cuisine canned bread and pea stew

    I still have canned bread, approx. 1 pallet from Bundeswehr stock, year 87- perfect!
    As well as the original pea stew of the Bundeswehr from 1990 - that too is harmless until now; ...... so I'm still alive: big laugh:

    I got both for nothing 3 years ago (fuel money), it's one of my "emergency nails" for case X.
    I have no concerns with canned bread for the next 15 years, with stew you definitely have to be a little more careful.
    Let's see when the cans are used .......

    Regards,
    HatzDiesel [ATTACH = CONFIG] 14693 [/ ATTACH]

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  • Quote from HatzDiesel; 154390

    I still have canned bread, approx. 1 pallet from Bundeswehr stock, year 87- perfect!
    As well as the original pea stew of the Bundeswehr from 1990 - that too is harmless until now; ...... so I'm still alive: big laugh:

    I got both for nothing 3 years ago (fuel money), it's one of my "emergency nails" for case X.
    I have no concerns with canned bread for the next 15 years, with stew you definitely have to be a little more careful.
    Let's see when the cans are used .......

    Regards,
    HatzDiesel [ATTACH = CONFIG] 14693 [/ ATTACH]

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    how was the bread? Taste and condition? Consistency?

  • Hello reader,
    Still tastes like whole grain bread, but is a tad drier compared to fresh cans.
    Consistency is comparable to "fresh" cans. Tastes best with good butter on it: lechts :.
    Sometimes I have fun with friends and ask if someone wants to eat 25 year old bread-
    Most of them are at first skeptically appalled and then surprised at how good it still tastes.
    Somewhere I once read about a find in a garage for canned bread from the war time that was still edible after 45 years!

    Regards,
    HatzDiesel

    Do not believe everything you think.

  • Quote from HatzDiesel; 154405

    Hello reader,
    Still tastes like whole grain bread, but is a tad drier compared to fresh cans.
    Consistency is comparable to "fresh" cans. Tastes best with good butter on it: lechts :.
    Sometimes I have fun with friends and ask if someone wants to eat 25 year old bread-
    Most of them are at first skeptically appalled and then surprised at how good it still tastes.
    Somewhere I once read about a find in a garage for canned bread from the war time that was still edible after 45 years!

    Regards,
    HatzDiesel

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    Because if I am going to go looking, it seems to me that these cans can be stored for a long time without involving them in the rotation

  • To readers,
    see that the things are dry and cool. Cans rust, that's the worst enemy .....: rolleys :,
    otherwise it is better to put it a little warmer.
    A friend once set up a small test series of cans in his uninsulated attic for two summers .....
    Canned bread was okay, pea soup ended up with the chickens: big laughs :.
    We have also had very good experiences with the French combat rations (RCIR, Ration Combat Individuell Rechauffable).
    Since the fruit gums and the dessert (pudding in cans) are affected by aging first,
    But otherwise I have material that has been overlaid for 2-3 years and still tastes flawless.
    There are micropur tablets, Esbit cookers, matches, etc. like EPA, inside.

    Regards,
    HatzDiesel

    Addendum: Warmth / heat generally reduces the storage time, and significantly!

    Do not believe everything you think.

  • it's about edible and palatable

    We always talk about day X and then it's about things that fill you up and don't taste good, certainly we roll our eyes but it is a food and not a luxury item

  • Current information on the subject of "best before date" from the press:

    Source: http://www.stern.de/tv/sterntv…enklich-sind-2093530.html

    Quote:
    When Tanja Brünnen found a yogurt in her refrigerator in November 2013 that had already expired for 14 months, she dared to try it herself - and tried the food, which according to the information had long since expired: "The yogurt smelled good, looked good, tasted good and we are not got sick of it ".

    Tsrohinas

  • Today when I was cleaning up I found a packet of soup with the best before 2011 in my "supply" office drawer and of course tested it immediately.

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    Conclusion: no change compared to the newly purchased product. Since the enjoyment experience with these "cheap villages" hot cups is basically limited, I didn't really expect anything else here.

    It's been a while now and my stomach hasn't complained either.

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  • Hello
    a paper cup of sugar beet syrup (Grafschafter Goldsaft) from the storage box in the Hunsrück, sometimes also called "Leckschmer".
    Best before 2010 expired. Everything perfect. Consistency, color and smell like new. Tasted delicious.

    Greetings from Holzer

  • Hello,

    the sugar in the syrups ensures the long shelf life.

    Last month my wife and I found an older jar of beetroot.
    Best before 2008 - didn't look as freshly red, more red-brown - otherwise it was still edible and didn't harm us.

    greeting
    Sobi

  • Hello everybody

    Found a jar with pickled mushrooms (champinions in the water) in the cellar.
    Unfortunately, the brand is no longer known because I disposed of the glass.
    It was still tip-top, edible and without any loss of quality.
    Expired in 1998.

    greeting independent

    "In war the truth is the first victim"

  • Hello,

    On the occasion of a cracked vertebra while skiing two weeks ago, I was finally able to use up old medication (5 or 6 tablets):

    Ibuprofen 600mg (Algifort) expiry date 02/2008

    No difference in the effect (subjective) to the newly bought. No side effects.

    Regards, Gresli

  • You can't say that in general. You have to go into great detail and be careful. MHD does not say that the content is automatically bad but that it may have suffered qualitatively if the deadline is exceeded.

    Best before ... and best before ... is in reverse not "spoiled from". That also has a lot of legal aspects and the companies secure themselves with it. It also depends a lot on the way it is stored and the route of transport (bought in midsummer and cooked in the can during transport).

    But there are subtle differences ... two examples
    Pasta made only from durum wheat semolina and water (largely harmless)
    Pasta with fresh egg .. Be careful

    Mashed potato powder .. largely harmless
    Mashed potato powder with milk powder (complete) ... Caution

    In general, anything with milk, protein, fish, meat, mushrooms etc. is more dangerous than pure normal plant products.

    Food poisoning or even real botulinum toxin poisoning can be fatal, especially in a crisis. Even the "just" totally upset stomach can drastically put your chances of survival into question.

  • Eaten today, Thai noodle pad 300g from Aldi, expired 02/2012. Tastes 1: 1 like the Thai Pad that I ate last week with best before 01/2015, so pretty shit, but that is not due to the age.
    LG. Nudnik

  • Hello,

    On the occasion of a cracked vertebra while skiing two weeks ago, I was finally able to use up old medication (5 or 6 tablets):

    Ibuprofen 600mg (Algifort) expiry date 02/2008

    No difference in the effect (subjective) to the newly bought. No side effects.

    Regards, Gresli

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    Hello Gresli,

    This works with ibuprofen, but usually not with an antibiotic.

    Best regards

    Matthias

    They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.
    Benjamin Franklin (1775)

  • : wink: Hello!

    : nono: I wouldn't give anyone food with old meat or fish that is too old. : anxious: There is a risk of stomach ache from such food. Worst of all, being sick at a very inopportune time.

    A very friendly greeting to everyone: wave:

  • Hello, ...

    I didn't bother reading through all the pages ...

    But what I've read in part is enough for me!

    In some cases, people do "Schindluder" with their own body, and then they are presented as generally acceptable!

    These include "specialists" who have expired items on pallets.

    Hello?

    Is that the point of "prepping"?

    Because of a few euros?

    If I am unable to rotate my supplies properly, I should just leave it! (or dispose of after expiry!)

    But to the best of my knowledge and belief, I shouldn't use this "OUR" platform to entice others to conduct such "experiments"!

    Sure, it means at least durable! But why?

    Why do manufacturers protect themselves with it?

    Certainly I leave it up to each and every one of them what they consider to be food!

    But does this have to be published here? ..... I do not think so!

    Make up your own mind about it, .... knives and backpacks are bought for "X" euros, and nothing for fruity .....!

    And if there are still children in the "game", I get twice as high!

    So much for my thoughts on that, Mike